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Enabling Success Through Learning and Knowledge Sharing

By  Emily Dunn, Adam Krob

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The demand for knowledge is increasing every day, as is the sheer volume of knowledge that is available to an organization and its team members. At the same time, organizations are facing the retirement of significant numbers of their knowledge workers. These realities are making it critical to reduce time to competency. To bring team members up to speed quickly and help them work independently, the learning and knowledge teams must work together effectively. 


This issue of TD at Work will: 

Provide an overview of the current situation of how learning and knowledge management teams work together.
Identify key forces driving both teams to change.
Present a strategy for building a partnership focused on delivering faster time to competency. 


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Emily Dunn
A life-long learner, Emily has spent her entire career enhancing her skills in the training industry. Much of her focus has been spent on eLearning design and development, and most recently, she has been exploring the connection between knowledge management and learning. Emily is an Enablement Designer at Anaplan. She and her husband live in Minneapolis.
Adam Krob
For more than two decades, Dr. Adam Krob has studied how to use knowledge management practices to uncover and deliver tangible, long-lasting value for organizations. His work focuses on how sharing knowledge across organizations can increase productivity for entire teams and decrease the time to competency for new team members. He also studies how improved knowledge sharing can enhance practices like ITIL, COBIT and Agile and can fit into organizations like sales engineering, professional services, learning and development, human resources, and customer/technical support.

 Dr. Krob has an MBA and a PhD and is a recognized expert in knowledge management practices. He is the Co-founder and CIO of Klever and lives with his wife and daughter in New Orleans.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781607282839

Pages: 20

Pub Date: March 2015

Formats: Paperback, PDF

Product Code: 251503

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